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PGA TOUR Victories (7)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
International Victories (4)
Additional Victories (7)
PGA TOUR (1-3)
With a busy schedule as a member of broadcast teams for NBC Sports and Golf Channel, he made just five starts, the fewest he's played in a season since joining the Tour in 2004.
Played in just seven events during the year, the fewest since 2008. Battled some injuries during the year and also continued his work with Golf Channel and NBC Sports. Underwent surgery in January, 2017 to make some repairs to his left hip which was replaced in 2006.
Played in just 11 events as he split time between his analyst duties for Golf Channel and NBC Sports.
Continued to split his time between playing on the Champions Tour and his broadcast work with NBC/Golf Channel. Played in just 14 events overall.
In 15 tournaments, had a trio of top-25 finishes. Was the recipient of the Payne Stewart Award. The award is presented annually to a professional golfer who best exemplifies the values of character, charity and sportsmanship. Continued his broadcast work with NBC Sports/Golf Channel.
Played in 15 events during the year while continuing his broadcasting work with NBC Sports.
Underwent surgery on his lower back in late October to remove bone spurs. Also did some analyst work for NBC Sports during the year.
Injuries once again played havoc with his year, limiting him to 14 events and just one start in the final three months of the season –at the Administaff Small Business Classic in late October. After suffering from persistent pain in his left leg stemming from nerve damage in his L-3 and L-4 discs, underwent back surgery on August 16. Posted two T17 finishes during the year, which were his best outings.
Made eight official starts but did not play his first event until early June at the Triton Financial Classic in Austin. During preparation for 2009 season, damaged his rotator cuff in left shoulder and underwent surgery on Jan. 16.
Season was reduced due to right-knee replacement surgery on April 2 in Naples, Fla., and subsequent rehabilitation. Returned to action in late June at the Commerce Bank Championship (T74) but only played two more events shortly thereafter and none after the U.S. Senior Open in early August. Played in only seven official events and finished T13 twice.
Riddled by lower-back issues throughout the year. Underwent micro-surgery on his lower back at the Laser Spine Institute in Tampa, Fla., in early March.
Hobbled by a sore right knee at the start of the season and eventually had a series of synthetic cartilage injections in hopes of avoiding knee replacement. Season came to a halt in late July when subsequent left-hip problems forced him to the sidelines after The Senior Open Championship. Eventually had left hip-replacement surgery September 9 in Naples, Fla. and did not return to competition despite earning a spot in the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the third consecutive year.
Was a top-30 finisher despite knee woes which limited him to just 10 Champions Tour starts. Initially underwent surgery on his right knee at the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic in Vail, Colo., on Feb. 14 and was out of action until THE PLAYERS Championship at the end of March, where he missed the cut. Had surgery on the same knee again on September 7 at the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic to remove floating pieces of torn cartilage and returned in late October at the FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort. Played in 11 events on the PGA TOUR and made the cut in five of them.
Played in only two PGA TOUR events after turning 50 on March 4. Split time between the PGA TOUR and the Champions Tour, where he gained eligibility in March, shortly after turning 50. However, subsequent left-hip surgery in April kept him out of action on the Tour for nearly three months. Had to withdraw from both the Ford Senior Players Championship and The Senior Open Championship with hip problems prior to his U.S. Senior Open win.
Voted PGA TOUR Comeback Player of the Year. Began the season with partial status, but became one of the year's top golf stories with a victory at the Greater Hartford Open. Having finished outside the top 125 in previous four seasons, 49-year-old won a career-best $1,162,726 to finish 62nd on the money list, best since finishing seventh in 1995
Three top-10s were the most since five (including two wins) in 1995.
Enjoyed best season of his career with two victories and more than $1 million in earnings, finishing seventh on the money list. Victories came in successive weeks at AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and Buick Invitational of California. Passed on chance to win three straight at Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, opting for wife Jan's 40th birthday party instead.
First two professional titles were Oregon Open and Northern California Open.
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